Mark Mulligan

media and technology analyst and co-founder of Media Consulting

Guest

For 11 years Mark was a Vice President and Research Director at Jupiter Research (later acquired by Forrester Research). In his role as a music analyst and senior research manager, Mark worked right across the digital music value chain, with all the leading digital music services and technology companies, the major record labels, rights bodies, retailers, hardware companies and telcos. Mark is now the co-founder of MIDiA Consulting, a boutique media and content focused insight and innovation consultancy.

Mark Mulligan on KCRW

The three top albums of 2014 are everywhere. Every kid in the country is singing along to the soundtrack to the animated movie “Frozen.”

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The three top albums of 2014 are everywhere. Every kid in the country is singing along to the soundtrack to the animated movie “Frozen.”

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